While at Yale University, Tony earned two masters and a doctorate in Psychology. Tony also developed accounting software for the Yale’s Psychology department and became Yale’s first online software librarian. After graduation, he took a position at Texas Instruments in the “user-systems engineering” group. He designed both software and hardware systems for TI and presented research to upper management on trends in IT. In 1992, he co-founded, with Mel Ristau, Visual Interface Architects, a software development and consulting firm. VIA designed user interfaces and software for Fortune 500 companies, government and educational agencies (including NASA), and private clients nationwide.
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